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60th International Classic Weekend & Oswego Speedway Season Tickets Now on Sale

OSWEGO, NY (January 27, 2016) – Oswego Speedway officials announced this week season ticket pricing and 60th annual Budweiser International Classic Weekend ticket packages, which for the first time in several years are available for under $100.

Fans are now able to visit Oswego Speedway’s box office MondayThursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to reserve their seats for the entire season or specific Budweiser Classic Weekend packages, to get a jumpstart on 2016.

General admission and reserved seating grandstand packages are available as well as season long VIP tower suite packaging and pit passes for the Speedway’s 2016 regular season.  Season ticket packages will again carry an option to include Budweiser International Classic Weekend, as well as Race of Champions Weekend tickets in your overall purchase.

Pricing for 2016 grandstand and pit area season tickets will see a decrease from 2014 and 2015.

This year’s grandstand packages will again include a ‘Regular Season’ pass as well as a ‘Classic Weekend Season’ pass and a ‘Full Season’ pass – which includes Race of Champions Weekend.

‘Regular Season’ grandstand packages will be priced at $200 for general admission seating and $250 for reserved seating.  This package includes all racing events at the Speedway with the exception of Budweiser International Classic Weekend and Race of Champions Weekend.

‘Classic Weekend Season’ passes for the grandstand area will be set at $285 for general admission seating and $340 in reserved seating.  This package includes all racing events at the Speedway with the exception of only Race of Champions Weekend.

‘Full Season’ passes for the grandstand are will be set at $355 for general admission seating and $415 in reserved seating.  This package includes all racing events at the Speedway in 2016, including Race of Champions Weekend.

A $30 senior citizen discount is available on all grandstand packages for those aged 60 and up.

Season pit passes will also again be split between ‘Regular Season’ passes, ‘Classic Weekend Season’ passes, and ‘Full Season’ passes.

‘Regular Season’ pit passes will be set at $325 in 2016, with ‘Classic Weekend Season’ pit passes marked at $450.

‘Full Season’ pit passes, including Race of Champions Weekend, are set at $525.

Yearlong admission to the beautiful Oswego Speedway VIP area, which includes entry onto the breathtaking Speedway sky deck high above the grandstand, is available for regular season events at only $800.  This price includes all you can eat food and beverage, air-conditioned seating, closed circuit HD television coverage of the racing, and a free Speedway program.

In honor of Oswego Speedway’s 60th annual Budweiser International Classic Weekend, running from September 2-4, the Speedway has put together updated grandstand seating packages, with two options available for under $100 for the entire weekend.

A two day general admission pass, which includes Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour 150 and ISMA’s Super Nationals 60, as well as Sunday’s Pathfinder Bank SBS Classic 75 and the Budweiser International Classic 200, will be available for only $90.

A two day reserved pass, including all of the above, is available for only $95.

Fans that purchase either a Saturday/Sunday combo general admission or Saturday/Sunday combo reserved seat will receive a free voucher to Friday night’s action which will include open practice, Budweiser International Classic and SBS Classic pole day time trials, as well as SBS Classic heat races.

Individual Classic ticket prices include ‘Fast Friday’ pole day qualifying which will feature general admission seating only, priced at just $5, inviting fans to come in and enjoy the day and night’s action into the front grandstand, before moving to the infield for the annual Party in the Pits.

The infield Party in the Pits is free to spectators, following on track action on Friday.

A one day Saturday pass will be set at $45 general admission and $50 reserved.

Sunday’s passes, with the addition of the SBS Classic 75, will remain the same as in previous years with general admission seating available for $55 and reserved seating at $60.

A Saturday/Sunday pit pass will be available for $100, with a three day pass available at $125.

Kids 5 and under are admitted free to Classic Weekend for general admission grand stand seating with three day general admission seating for kids 6-16 available for only $30.

Individual seating for kids aged 6-16 is also available for $5 on Friday, $20 on Saturday, and $15 on Sunday.

Reserved seating for kids 16 and under is full price.

Classic Weekend tickets will be made available at the Speedway’s will call window.
For more information on Oswego Speedway, as well as complete ticketing information, be sure to visit www.oswegospeedway.com. You can also LIKE the (Official) Oswego Speedway page on facebook.com/OswegoSpeedway, or
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To purchase tickets or to order merchandise please call the Speedway box office at (315) 342-0646.


About Oswego Speedway
: Oswego Speedway, a sports entertainment company, is a 5/8 mile semi-banked pavement racing oval located off the shores of Lake Ontario in scenic Oswego, NY. Oswego Speedway has been a continuously run weekly racing venue since August, 1951. The premier open-wheel pavement short track cars in the world, Supermodifieds, run weekly at Oswego Speedway making Oswego the only weekly Supermodified racing venue in the world. The Small Block Supermodifieds accompany the full blown Supers on a weekly Saturday night schedule which runs from May through September. Oswego Speedway is mentioned in racing circles as the “Indy of the East,” as no fewer than a dozen past and present competitors have competed at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway including Mario Andretti, arguably the greatest driver of all time, two-time Indy 500 champion Gordon Johncock, along with former International Classic Champions Bentley Warren, Joe Gosek, and Davey Hamilton.
2016 – 60th annual Budweiser International Classic Weekend Ticket Pricing

Friday, September 2:
*Front Grandstand General Admission Seating Only

Open Practice, Budweiser International Classic Time Trials, Bud Light SBS Classic Time Trials, Bud Light SBS Classic Heat Races
Front Grandstand General Admission Seating Only: $5
*Saturday/Sunday Ticket Holders – FREE
Kids 6-16 General Admission: $5
Kids 5 and under General Admission: FREE
Pit Pass: $30


Saturday, September 3:
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour 150, ISMA Super Nationals 60
Front/Rear General Admission Seating: $45
Front/Rear Reserved Seating: $50
Kids 6-16 General Admission: $20
Kids 5 and under General Admission: FREE
Pit Pass: $55


Sunday, September 4:
Budweiser International Classic 200, Bud Light SBS Classic 75
Front/Rear General Admission Seating: $55
Front/Rear Reserved Seating: $60
Kids 6-16 General Admission: $15
Kids 5 and under General Admission: FREE
Pit Pass: $65


Saturday/Sunday General Admission Combo (w/ FREE Friday Pass):
Front/Rear Grandstand: $90

Saturday/Sunday Reserved Admission Combo (w/FREE Friday Pass):
Front/Rear Grandstand: $95

Saturday/Sunday Pit Pass Combo:
2-Day Pit Pass: $100

Friday/Saturday/Sunday Pit Pass Combo:
3-Day Pit Pass: $125

 2016 – Season Ticket Options

‘Regular Season’ Pass:
General Admission: $200
Reserved Seating: $250
Pit Pass: $325
VIP Seating: $700
* Includes all Speedway racing events except Classic Weekend and Race of Champions Weekend

‘Classic Weekend Season’ Pass:
General Admission: $285
Reserved Seating: $340
Pit Pass: $450
* Includes all Speedway racing events except Race of Champions Weekend

‘Full Season’ Pass:
General Admission: $355
Reserved Seating: $415
Pit Pass: $525
* Includes ALL Speedway racing events

Qualifying Format for 60th International Classic 200 Revealed; Order of Events Posted

(Bill Taylor Photo)

OSWEGO, NY (January 14, 2016) – The 60th running of Oswego Speedway’s International Classic 200 for Novelis Supermodifieds will utilize a new qualifying format, compared to recent seasons, in order to determine the starting lineup for the 200 to be run on Sunday, September 4.

Two separate rounds of 2-lap qualifying time trials will still take place, with the opening round hitting the Speedway on ‘Fast Friday Pole Night’ on Friday, September 2.  Unlike in previous seasons, the fastest 20 competitors will lock into Sunday’s Classic field from the first round of time trials.

The last handful of years has only seen the fastest 14 drivers qualify through round one.

The fastest 20 drivers based on Friday time trials will start in positions 1-20 for the International Classic.  Drivers in positions 21 on back through the field will be aligned into two separate preliminary 15-lap Semi Final lineups to be contended on Sunday.

The 21st and 22nd fastest qualifiers will be set as the preliminary polesitters in each Semi Final, with the remainder of the starting lineups set straight up from time.

On Sunday at 11:30 a.m. a 30-minute second round of time trials will be conducted for drivers 21st on back, although it is not mandatory.  In the second round of qualifying a driver may elect to drop his or her first round time, and current Semi Final starting position, in order to re-time with the goal of moving up in the Semi Final lineup order.

Sunday’s second round time trials can also be used by teams that did not make a first round time trial attempt on Friday.

If the entire 30-minutes of qualifying is not needed, the track will re-open for Supermodified practice.

At Noon on Sunday, first and second round qualifying times for positions 21 on back will be combined, setting the official Semi Final lineups with the fastest drivers starting on the front row.

Each Semi Final will be 15-laps in length, with the first taking the green flag at 12:30 p.m.  A total of six drivers will qualify from each Semi Final, making up positions 21-32.  The finish of the first Semi Final will make-up the inside positions in rows 11-16, with the finish of the second Semi Final making up the outside positions in rows 11-16.

The final two positions in the International Classic field will be set using two provisional starters.

Following the two Semi Finals, Supermodifieds will be given their set of full-tank practice runs before moving into pre-race ceremonies for the Pathfinder Bank SBS Classic 75 at 2 p.m.

The International Classic 200 for Novelis Supermodifieds is set to take the green on that afternoon, no later than 4:30 p.m.

Pit gates will open on September 4 at 7 a.m. with hot laps being run from 9-11 a.m.

For more information on Oswego Speedway visit online at www.oswegospeedway.com or LIKE on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OswegoSpeedway or FOLLOW on Twitter @OswegoSpeedway.

60th annual International Classic Qualifying Format

 

  1. First Round Time Trials – ROW 1 – 2. First Round Time Trials
  2. First Round Time Trials – ROW 2 – 4. First Round Time Trials
  3. First Round Time Trials – ROW 3 – 6. First Round Time Trials
  4. First Round Time Trials – ROW 4 – 8. First Round Time Trials
  5. First Round Time Trials – ROW 5 – 10. First Round Time Trials
  6. First Round Time Trials – ROW 6 – 12. First Round Time Trials
  7. First Round Time Trials – ROW 7 – 14. First Round Time Trials
  8. First Round Time Trials – ROW 8 – 16. First Round Time Trials
  9. First Round Time Trials – ROW 9 – 18. First Round Time Trials
  10. First Round Time Trials – ROW 10 – 20. First Round Time Trials
  11. 1st Position – Semi Final 1 – ROW 11 – 22. 1st Position – Semi Final 2
  12. 2nd Position – Semi Final 1 – ROW 12 – 24. 2nd Position – Semi Final 2
  13. 3rd Position – Semi Final 1 – ROW 13 – 26. 3rd Position – Semi Final 2
  14. 4th Position – Semi Final 1 – ROW 14 – 28. 4th Position – Semi Final 2
  15. 5th Position – Semi Final 1 – ROW 15 – 30. 5th Position – Semi Final 2
  16. 6th Position – Semi Final 1 – ROW 16 – 32. 6th Position – Semi Final 2
  17. Commitment Provisional – ROW 17 – 34. Commitment Provisional

Classic Sunday Order of Events – Sunday, September 4 (Subject to Change)

 

Pits Open: 7am

Hot Laps: 9-11am

Second Round Supermodified Time Trials: 11:30am

Small Block Super Classic Consi (10-laps): Noon

International Classic Semi Final #1 (15-laps): 12:30pm
International Classic Semi Final #2 (15-laps): 12:45pm

Supermodified Full Tank Runs: 1:30pm

SBS Classic 75 Pre-Race: 2pm
SBS Classic 75 Green: 2:30pm

International Classic Pre-Race: 3:45pm
International Classic 200 Green: 4:30pm

Oswego Speedway Display to be Featured in Pennsylvania’s 2016 Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show

OSWEGO, NY (January 11, 2016) – Oswego Speedway, the Home of Supermodifieds, is proud to play a part in the 31st edition of the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2016 Racecar & Trade Show Fueled by Sunoco Race Fuels and Distributed by Insinger Performance taking place at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA from January 22-24.

With preparations underway for its 66th consecutive season of racing at the ‘Steel Palace’, Oswego Speedway will be armed with two beautiful racing machines to help promote its upcoming 2016 racing calendar.

With the Speedway’s announced return of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour to the fast 5/8 mile during Oswego’s 60th annual International Classic Weekend on Saturday, September 3, Speedway officials are proud to pass on that Doug Coby’s 2015 NASCAR Whelen Modified championship racer will be on display in the Speedway’s booth for the duration of the Motorsports 2016 show.

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Doug Coby at Riverhead Raceway (Michael Jaworecki Photo)

Coby, a 3-time champion of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, won seven races in 2015 on route to his third championship driving the Mike Smeriglio III owned, Dunleavy’s Truck & Trailer Repair No. 2, with the aid of crew chief Phil Moran.

The Coby machine will no doubt be a show highlight, but when paired with the fastest non-wing Novelis Supermodified in history, the Speedway’s overall display will be a show stopper.

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The Ray Graham owned No. 91 Novelis Supermodified (Bill Taylor Photo)

Joining the Coby NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Championship machine as a part of Oswego’s display will be the No. 91 Graham Racing, Xtreme Chassis, Novelis Supermodified, driven last year in the 59th annual Budweiser International Classic 200 by former NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Champion, Bobby Santos III.

The Ray Graham owned Supermodified is officially the fastest Novelis Supermodified to ever circle Oswego Speedway as the car still holds the non-wing track record of 15.802 seconds at an amazing 142.387mph, set back in 2014.

While visiting the Speedway’s booth to take in these two beautiful machines, race fans will be able to pick up a hard copy of Oswego Speedway’s 2016 schedule, check out race highlights from the 2015 season, as well as take home some discounted Speedway novelty items.

For more information on the Motorsports 2016 Racecar & Trade Show visit online at www.aarn.com.

For more information on Oswego Speedway visit online at www.oswegospeedway.com or LIKE on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OswegoSpeedway or FOLLOW on Twitter @OswegoSpeedway.